Initial Graduate School Activities
Recent Graduate School Programs
Each year, the Career Center conducts a survey of our new graduates that includes data through the end of the calendar year in which they graduated. On average, we collect data for 98% of each class, reflecting the activities new graduates were pursuing at the time the Career Center contacted them.
Over the past 5 years, about 25% of our new graduates have opted to continue their educations in the fall following graduation. These numbers are even higher for our science majors, where 10 year averages for new grads entering advanced degree programs are: for Biology, 44%; Chemistry, 40%; KIP, 39%; Psychology, 30% and Physics, 32%.
Class of 2016 Graduate Programs
Class of 2015 Graduate Programs
Class of 2014 Graduate Programs
Class of 2013 Graduate Programs
Class of 2012 Graduate Programs
Class of 2011 Graduate Programs
Class of 2010 Graduate Programs
Class of 2009 Graduate Programs
Class of 2008 Graduate Programs
On the employment front, on average, 19% of new grads enter business fields as their first activity following graduation, while approximately 9% enter the teaching profession, another 10% enter social services or not-for-profits, and 10% enter sciences or technology. For more information about employment outcomes, please contact us.